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  • ZVex Fuzz Factory: Settings and Sounds

    Somebody posted a huge list of Fuzz Factory settings here a few months back. I can't find it anywhere now though, does anybody have that?



    And while we're at it just post cool sounds you've come up with.
    Formerly known as sausagefoot.

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    here:

    Atari 70 30 50 80

    60's Fuzz 20 8:30 30 50

    Arpegio 120 30 30 30

    Bonkers Fuzz (1) 20 20 110 30

    Bonkers Fuzz (2) 10 10 110 30

    Clean Fuzz 50 20 110 50

    Clean Up Fuzz 70 70 50 (lower till squeal stops) 50

    Clean to OD 50 20 100 50

    Dummy Fuzz 110 110 50 50

    Dead Quite Ripper 90 30 50 70

    Electric Beans 70 50 70 50

    Fizzy Fizz 100 10 110 120

    Fuzz Bright 10 120 10 40

    Fuzz Distortion 120 120 30 90

    FuzzFace71 (1) 120 120 120 50

    FuzzFace71 (2) 30 70 120 4:30

    FuzzFace71 (3) 70 120 10 50

    FuzzFace71 (4) 120 70 120 50

    Fuzz Mellow 10 120 10 90

    Fuzz Splutter 30 120 30 90

    Fuzz Squeal 90 120 30 90

    Hi-Compression 30 90 50 50

    Hi-Octane 20 to 30 70 70 50

    Interference 70 30 120 50

    Intermodulation 2-30 70 70 50

    IYW 20 30 40 50

    Juice Face 120 120 120 120

    Krackle Fuzz 10 40 100 2-50

    Mellow Mud 2:30 70 70 90

    Metal Distortion 40 10:30 70 50

    Modulated Mud Fuzz 120 110 50 70

    Modulated Sticky 120 10 50 70

    Modulated Sticky Fuzz 90 30 90 30

    Muse-esque 2:30 3:15 50 50

    No-Name Fuzz 10 110 20 70

    No-Name Fuzz (2) 100 70 120 50

    OD/Fuzz 70 70 70 50

    OD Squeal 70 120 30 30

    Pitch Drop 70 120 50 70

    Please Fuzz 120 70 30 20

    Prickly Vexter 8:45 12:15 20 4:45 1:30

    Psychedelic Crackle 10 80 30 30

    Punky 2:30 - 3:30 70 70 50

    Radio Fuzz 70 100 120 50 (play A, lower to taste)

    Random Fuzz 1:30 70 50 40 (approx)

    Range 70 120 30 120

    Resonant Fuzz 70 70 120 40

    Smashing Pumpkins-esque 20 90 50 100

    Smooth Fuzz 70 30 50 50 (lower to mellow)

    Soft Fuzz 10 70 70 Variable

    Spastic Muff 50 70 50 50

    Squealer Fuzz 90 90 90 90

    Squealer Fuzz (2) 70 80 10 70

    Static / Low 120 120 50 70

    Stooges Fuzz 30 70 30 50

    Stylo Fuzz 12:30 12:30 70 70

    Super-Heavy 30 90 50 50

    Sweet Sustain 10 70 100 1:30

    Tight and Sweet 120 80 80 50

    Tiny 10:30 120 12:30 9:30

    Traditional Fuzz 90 70 110 to 10 11-10

    Traditional Fuzz (1) 90 70 10 50

    Traditional Fuzz (2) 20 70 30 50

    Ugly Fuzz 20 8:30 3:30 20

    Velcro 70 50 50 20

    Weezer-esque 2:30 70 70 50

    Whale 70 10 50 90

    What the Fuzz? 70 70 50 50

    AND





    found in this thread:

    http://acapella.harmony-central.com/....php?t=1376352

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    • jdr-harmony
      jdr-harmony commented
      Editing a comment

      Hi i just want to add some fuzz tones to this list, 

      Tone Bender Fuzz 20 8:30 90+ 9:15

      Big Muff Pi Box 70 120+ 120- 50
      Big Muff Pi Tone 50 70 50 50
      Big Muff Pi Tone off 20 120 30+- 90
      Big Muff Pi Sustain 30 90 30 90
      Big Muff Fuzzy 120 120 30 90

      Classic Fuzz Fat 90 70 10 50

      FuzzFaze Jimi Hendrix 100 70 120 50

       


  • #3
    don't forget how the pickups and knob settings on the guitar also affect the pedal!
    im out of here, too much time talking about pedals not enough time making or listening to music.

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    • #4
      Brian the Walrus, you're my best friend.
      Formerly known as sausagefoot.

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      • #5
        You can also find this in the "Fuzz Lounge" thread.

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        • #6






          Quote Originally Posted by sausagefoot
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          And while we're at it just post cool sounds you've come up with.




          What The Fuzz? 7-7-5-5 for the all out sound of the Fuzz Factory!



          Pitch Drop 70 120 50 70 then play around with your guitar volume.
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          • #7






            Quote Originally Posted by sausagefoot
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            Brian the Walrus, you're my best friend.




            awww shucks

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            • #8






              Quote Originally Posted by brianthewalrus
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              awww shucks








              I have to go take a shower and wash the cheese off....
              Formerly known as sausagefoot.

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              • #9
                wow this is awesome... I've got one in the mail! Can't wait til it gets here!!
                Guitars: Fender '52 tele reissue, Reverend Club King RT, LTD EC1000 (burst w/ SD Alnico II's)Amps: Egnater Renegade 112, Egnater Tweaker 112, Fender Mustang II Board: Pitchblack>Boost 'N Buff v1>AMP>DE7Originally Posted by NewarkWilderJohnny Demarco is the Richard Simmons of gear demos.

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                • #10
                  Smooth Fuzz is one of my favs
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                  • #11
                    That's a handy list
                    Originally Posted by RoboPimp


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                    • #12
                      Reading your old posts is like listening to a recording of yourself .... weird.

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                      • #13
                        I've not seen that second list before, I'll have to try some of those settings. However, I have a problem with my Fuzz Factory as one of the plastic knobs has become loose. Do I need to buy a replacement? If so, what should I look for?

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                        • #14
                          PLEASE REMEMBER: When you're trying out all those settings, make sure you play the same blues riff in A for each one, and that your wife/girlfriend is around to hear it. They love that ****************.
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                          • #15






                            Quote Originally Posted by Lanefair
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                            PLEASE REMEMBER: When you're trying out all those settings, make sure you play the same blues riff in A for each one, and that your wife/girlfriend is around to hear it. They love that ****************.






                            ha! awesome, even better, do that and loop it and then play drums over it, they love that even better
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